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Social Protection & Cooperatives Spotlight – Mobilizing social and solidarity economy units towards universal social protection

This ILO Spotlight brief is jointly developed by the Social Protection Department and [...]

Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs stands firmly by the Ukrainian people in these difficult times

The EYE programme has reached out to Ukrainian intermediary organisations and entrepreneurs to support them in this [...]

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Learn more about the latest #socialeconomy developments in Spain!

The concept of the "social economy" has gained attention and momentum in recent [...]

#HaveYourSay! Scenarios towards co-creation of a transition pathway for a resilient, innovative, sustainable and digital proximity and social economy ecosystem

Take part in EU consultations and give your comments and input to the [...]

Social Economy for the full inclusion of people with disabilities BEST PRACTICE GUIDE

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Wises’ Social Impact Measurement in the Baltic States

WISEs’ Social Impact Measurement in the Baltic States Audrone UrmanavicieneTallinn University DOI: https://doi.org/10.13135/2704-9906/5091 Keywords: Social [...]

The Effective Methods and Practices for Accelerating Social Entrepreneurship Through Corporate Social Responsibility

Article "The   Effective   Methods and   Practices for Accelerating   Social   Entrepreneurship   Through Corporate Social [...]


Purpose: Social impact investments are essential to support and promote social entrepreneurship development. This article aims to identify the factors that could develop the local impact investment market in Sri Lanka as a tool for funding social enterprises. Design/methodology/approach: The methods of research are an analysis of scientific literature, experts’ interviews, and generalization. Findings: In order to accelerate the impact investment as a tool of funding, the impact investors, social enterprises, government and society must work collectively. Necessary social, cultural, and policy changes should be carried out, and specific recommendations have been made accordingly. Originality/value: This research study is essential in terms of sustaining and promoting impact investments in Sri Lanka as a tool of funding social enterprises and developing the ecosystem. Keywords: social enterprise, social impact investing, impact investments, finance, investors. Category of the paper: Research paper. Read here: Social impact investments as a tool for funding social enterprises Audrone URMANAVICIENE, Kulamini Dilanka MENDIS (2021). Social impact investments as a tool for funding social enterprises. Scientific Papers of Silesian University of Technology Organization and Management Series, 691−711. DOI: 10.29119/1641-3466.2021.151.48. […]

Social Enterprises in Rural Areas A Comparative Study of the Baltic States

This article provides a cross-case analysis of rural social enterprises from Latvia, Lithuania [...]

Kuźnia cafe from Gdańsk, Poland – pleace run by people with big hearts!

  The Kuźnia cafe belongs to the network of social companies run by [...]

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